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they got from me. >> the question of confidence in the president has the round table talking. with us this morning, best selling authors all with new books, joe scarborough, historian doris kerns goodwin, plus, donna edwards of maryland. and harry smith with his video essay on the meaning of gettysburg on the anniversary of lincoln's celebrated speech. i'm david gregory, all that ahead on this edition of "meet the press" for sunday, november 10th. >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, the world's longest running television program, this is "meet the press." >>> good sunday morning. no deal, three days of negotiations in geneva failed to produce an agreement to freeze iran's nuclear program in exchange for relief from crippling international sanctions. although all sides pointed to progress, rouhani this morning insisted his country will not give up the right to enrich uranium. that is the critical step in the production of nuclear weapons. prior to rouhani's comments, i spoke exclusively to secretary of state john kerry moments after the talks had ended. secretary kerry, welcome
be achieved the first effort is to try to achieve it, obviously, peacefully, and you try to use an exhaust dlomacy in ordero do that, but the president h taken no option o the ble. >> it sounds like something broke down here, you were vy close to a deal theeporting is the french thoughtt wasn't tough enough on the iranians, and you know the history. as thesraeli prime minister caed rouhani a wolf in sheep's clothing, they double play, play for time while they try toin th confidence of the west a ey can play games. is that what there's fear around the table ty are doing now? no, that's not the fr around the table, ihink a number of nations wanted toake sure we had the tgh language necessary, the clarity in the language necessary, to absotely certain that we were doing the j and not granting more or doing something sloppily that could wind upith a mistake. this is seris business. and i thinevery country came there. this ithe first time that e p-5 had come togetr with this kindf a serious set of possible options ifront of it, with a new iranian govnment. remember that this has changed since t
, peacefully. and you try to use an exhaust diplomacy in order to do that, but the president has taken no option off the table no matter. >> but it sounds like something broke down here, because there was such anticipation that you were very close to a deal. the reporting is that the french thought it wasn't tough enough on the iranians. and you know the history. as the israeli prime minister callled rouhani is a wolf in sheep's clothing, that this is what they do, they bide for time while they keep producing and they can play games. is there fear around the table that's what they're doing now? >> no, that is not the fear around the table, and i would say a number of nations, not just the french, but ourselves and others, wanted to make sure that we had the tough language necessary, the clarity in the language necessary to be absolutely certain that we were doing the job and not granting more or doing something sloppily that could wind up with a mistake. this is serious business. and i think every country came there. this is the first time that the p-5 had come together with this kind
's stance on civil rights and his attempt to become the first roman catholic president of the u.s. and now, "meet the press remembers -- jfk: the presidential campaign." >> announcer: now, here's the moderator of "meet the press," mr. ned brooks. >> welcome once again to "meet the press." our guest is senator john kennedy of massachusetts, who yesterday announced his entrance into the race for the democratic presidential nomination. he said under no circumstances will he accept the nomination for vice president. senator kennedy is the front-runner in most of the public opinion polls. as a member of the senate labor committee, he is certain to play a leading part in drafting legislation to deal with the steel dispute, if it is not settled. senator kennedy began his career in the house of representatives at the age of 29. he was elected to the senate in 1952 and re-elected with the largest majority in the history of his state. he is the winner of a pulitzer prize for his book, "profiles in courage." and now seated around the press table, ready to interview senator kennedy are richard wilson
-time low. obamacare is at a rough start. more u.s. spy revelations have rocked even our closest allies. and did the president consider replacing vice president joe biden with then-secretary of state hillary clinton? that's according to a bombshell in a new book "double down, game changing 2012." bob wood card, katty kay, david axelrod, bill kristol. i'm david gregory in washington. >>> and good sunday morning. the killing of a tsa agent at los angeles international airport is raising questions about the motives of the 23-year-old suspect, and also airport security. do tsa agents need to be armed? our justice correspondent pete williams will be here in a little while to give us an update and fresh report on all of that. but first, the obama care debate. the was actually off site for repairs over the weekend. they said saturday the glitches are, quote, just at this present time of the iceberg. this week, as you might have remembered, the president traveled to boston to compare the rough start of obama care to what he called the slow start of the massachusetts health care p
the politics of obama care this morning. >>> us, 50 years after jfk's assassination. there is still aot of emotion surrounding that day, and we'l talk abut that in just a moment. what if john kennedyad lived? would he have gotten civil rights laws passed, as he campgned to do? andhat about vietnam? what wld he hav done i vietnam? tom brokaw has produced a ground-breaking documentary caled "where were you the day jfk die" and om sheis here to talk about tha welcome to "meet the pres on november 17, 2013. good snday morning. this is the headline in the weekend edition of the us today. "health law shakes the presidency." it seems to s up the effect of obama ca on the white use at the ment, and wh the kind of confidence and pressure to ange the health ca law is growing. the renewalf millions of policies to be canceled under the current law andt also sells similaraws to new customers. the problem isn't fixed and obamahreatens to veto it. joing me nowthe leade of the democrats in the hou, nancy pelosi. welcome back to "meet the ess." >> good morning. >> goodo have you in studio. there is acri
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concern that the government was shut down because of a whim on the part of republicans costing us $25 billion to our economy and 0.6% of our gdp growth. they're concerned about overwhelming the people with immigration reform support, background check support, ending discrimination for people in the workplace. all these kinds of concerns are concerns of the american people. jobs will be the major issue in the campaign as they always are. and this is an issue that has to be dealt with. but it doesn't mean, oh, it's a political issue so we're going to run away from it. no, it's too valuable for the american people. what is important about it is that the american people are well served, not who gets reelected. >> leader pelosi, thank you very much for your time. thanks for being here. >> nice to be here. >> next we have senator kelly ayotte. senator, welcome back. >> thanks, david. >> i know there is a delay between us and we'll bear through that. respond to leader pelosi who, in effect, says there is some hysteria politically around all this, these things will get righted and ultimately
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